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I am very hard on the Paizo team at times. :) I'd like to make a public acknowledgement that one of my pet peeves has been being addressed in a very public and timely way.
For the last few months, FAQs have been getting handled quickly and efficiently. No more waiting 10 months between FAQ updates.
As a customer, I can't tell you how much I truly appreciate this sort of support from the developer. I was honestly considering just canceling my subscriptions, but am now happy to say they'll continue in effect going forward.
I'd like to give the FAQ team a big vote of thanks.
|Christopher Van Horn|
|Jiggy RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32|
They do good work, and I have been very happy with their responsiveness. That said, they changed the rules w/ the Crane Wing ruling and opened the floodgates to all sorts of new questions and silly ramifications with it and I'm not too pleased with that. Still, good "batting average" overall, and I'm actually optimistic the Crane Wing thing will be changed to a more sensible ruling.
Congratulations from me as well.
What was the FAQ mdt?
No specific one from me recently (my last one was the monk flurry thing). I've just noticed 8 or 9 FAQ updates in the last 3 weeks, and that the response time has dropped to about a week for easy ones, or even same day on a few, and it is EXTREMELY nice to see such response!
The customer response is one of the main reasons I really like giving Paizo my money. As for FAQ's well I guess they're worth it, but since I don't PFS much it doesn't really bother me if something is screwy or broken. But I will say good job on the speed of the answers!
In other games like Shadowrun, it fell to the GM to patch a lot of this stuff. I prefer it when Paizo fixes these these things. If you've already got a gaming group and people already have some of these feats, it's nicer if a distant, neutral third party decides on the rule; players don't have to feel the GM is giving another one the free ride or nerfing them. Basically, it's nice to have a well-informed and neutral arbiter.